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Finlandia signs pharmacy articulation with Concordia

A new agreement between Finlandia University and Concordia University Wisconsin would allow students to pursue a degree in pharmaceuticals.
Finlandia Hall dorms on Finlandia University's campus in Hancock, Mich.
Finlandia Hall dorms on Finlandia University's campus in Hancock, Mich.(WLUC)
Published: Apr. 14, 2021 at 5:51 PM EDT
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HANCOCK, Mich. (WLUC) - Finlandia University has signed an articulation agreement with Concordia University Wisconsin that would allow students to obtain a Doctor of Pharmacy degree through Concordia.

The new partnership paves the way for students to begin at Finlandia for three years and then move onto Concordia for the remaining four.

“With the articulation, it just really streamlines it,” said Jason Oyadomari, Dean of Finlandia’s Soumi College of Arts and Sciences. “It really helps them to prepare more specifically for pharmacy at Concordia University.”

The dean said he is happy to help student on their paths to higher education, and that articulations like this make that happen easier.

Learn more about the program agreement here.

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